Customs and Border Patrol agents in Detroit found 2,583 pounds of marijuana in a semi-truck at the U.S. and Canada border.
Ray Lucas says he knew his twin 18-month-old girls Milan and Malaysia were still inside, asleep in the basement - every second a matter of life and death. "I just knew I had to get my babies out," he said. "That's what went through my mind."
The Michigan State Police are mourning the loss of one of its K9's Sunday, Rex.
FOX 2 spoke with a number of officers about what happened and it is not sitting well with them. The two officers in question are off the street. The men involved in that shooting are still at large. All of it was captured on police dashcam.
Police believe a 5-year-old girl was held captive for days inside a Detroit duplex.
A confrontation inside a Shake Shack restaurant in downtown Detroit which turned into a brawl, spilling out into the parking lot with 10 or 12 girls swinging, caught on video.
A Michigan man made a striking discovery under his house when he went to demolish his back stairs: about 160 bowling balls.
Ten of the 11 militiamen arrested in Massachusetts following an armed standoff that shut down the highway will be arraigned Tuesday.
Latvia's Matiss Kivlenieks, a candidate to be the Columbus Blue Jackets' future goaltender, died in Michigan on Sunday night after fleeing a hot tub and hitting his head following a Fourth of July fireworks accident.
The Oakland County Sheriff said a 25-year-old man was arrested in the violent abuse of a 3-year-old boy that left the child in a coma with multiple broken ribs and injuries.
Warren Police said a 22-year-old man accused of hitting and killing a 5-year-old on his bike Tuesday night was trying to beat a red light and knew he hit a child but kept driving anyway - and even went to work.
At the end of March, she went to MGM in Detroit to get a $100,000 advance on her winnings. She was given $100,000 in cash. Then she went back the next day to get more money but she says MGM told her no, and that she was not getting any more money.
Two Detroit men have been charged with killing a 2-year-old boy on I-75 last week that the prosecutor's office said was a case of mistaken identity.
A 31-year-old man found bound, gagged, and executed, his 27-year-old girlfriend also shot and killed inside a home on the 1800 block of Northlawn. Their 9-month-old infant was found unharmed but alone inside the house.
The house was leveled and the estate of Carol Baur, essentially Emily Shankie was sent the bill, which comes to $13,600. Legally, the debt was upheld in court, but Shankie says just because it's legal doesn't make it moral.
They were found inside a home in the 18000 block of Northlawn on the city's northwest side in-between Livernois and Wyoming.
A Michigan father, taking his family up north on Father's Day weekend, said he saw two of his daughters killed in a terrifying head-on crash when a car crossed the median on I-75 Sunday.
"Right now people should be celebrating Father's Day and what we have is a father and a child at a hospital with gunshot wounds. We have an issue with gun violence in the city that is just ridiculous," said Cmdr Arnold Williams, Detroit police.
Justin wants to make his mom proud, achieving what she couldn't because of her untimely death. He just wishes she was here to see it.
"We are all very sad, all very distraught," said Spenser Tillman, Larry's son. "Everyone knew that wasn’t my father. Even as we were walking in, people who knew said, 'Tell them to put your father in the casket.'"